Training for Police aspirants begins at MANUU

Training for Police aspirants begins at MANUU

Hyderabad: Maulana Azad National Urdu University’s Coaching Centre for Minorities Entry into Services (CCMES) has started training for the aspirants of Police sub-inspector and constable posts today. The government of Telangana is recruiting for both.

Dr. M. A Sikandar, Registrar while inaugurating the training classes exhorted the participants to work very hard as the destination always elude the complacent. Dr. Sikandar who himself started his career with security forces, offered to provide practical training to the aspirants. He extended his best wishes for their success. He also pointed out that the government of Telangana has allocated the maximum budget for minority welfare. State Minorities shall take advantage of it, he remarked.

Dr. Maqbool Ahmed, Coordinator, CCMES, said that MANUU provides free but high-quality coaching for various competitive exams. The candidates who could not attend today’s orientation can register their names tomorrow also, he informed.

Dr. Syed Najiullah, Coordinator, UGC NET Coaching Schemes informed in detail the pattern of written tests for both the cadres. Proper and well planned time management is the key to the success, he said.

Mr. Mustafa Ali Sarwari, Coordinator, Remedial Coaching Centre, MANUU while addressing the students said that wise words are like an asset, utilize them where ever you find. Some opportunities look small in the beginning but will lead to bigger results. Positive thinking will make the way easy, he suggested.

Dr. H. Aleem Basha, Incharge, Civil Services Academy threw light on various facilities available at MANUU for the students preparing for competitive exams. He also gave the details about the successful pass outs from the academy.